1.Space maintainers are usually needed in the
2.The lower lip gets sensory nerve supply through the
3. Gout results from a defect in metabolism of
4. In orthodontic treatment, in order to avoid injuries to the tissues, the forces, applied should not exceed the
5. Bacteria whose optimum temperature for growth is between 15° and 20° have been termed
6. Measles is transmitted from one person to another via
7. The Inferior dental artery is a branch of
8.All of the following muscles are elevators of the mandible except.
9.First evidence of calcification of 3rd molars.
10.Disturbance during calcification of dentin causes
11.Ptosis may be caused by a lesion of the
12.Cystoid bodies and civette bodies are characteristics of
13.A high eosinophil count in the peripheral blood is most suggestive of which of the following diseases.
14. All of the following are anatomically related to mandibular nerve except
15. Cleft palate occurs due to disturbances at ... week of I.U. life.
16.A benign mushroom-like tumor of bone in the metaphyseal area of a young person showing a peripheral
cartilage cap is most likely a
17.Cementum is thickest at
18.First group of fibres to be destroyed allowing junctional epithelium to migrate apically is
20.Ramsay Hunt syndrome affects the
21.Which of the following would most likely act as a hapten in the human?
22.Sublingual gland is a
23.Cementum and enamel meet edge to edge in -% of cases
24.Bacteria found in gingivitis are located in
25.Rectangular wire is used in
26.The mineral that is considered critical in the transformation of plaque in to calculus.
27.Density.ofa radiograph is independent of
28.The muscles that aid in the displacement of maxillary fractures are
29.The fluoride which stains silicate restorations
30.Location of gingival margin of restoration in proximal cavities is influenced by
31.Ugly duckling stage is seen in
32.Growth of anterior cranial base is completed by
33.Other name of dental plaque is
34.Number of fontanelle at birth is
35.Hematoma formation after posterior superior alveolar nerve block is due to damage to the
36.The teeth considered as the corner stone of dental arch are
37.A sudden rise in carotid sinus pressure reflexely causes
38.How many milligrams of adrenaline are there in each cartridge of 2% ling-nocaine with 1 : 100,000 adrenaline?
39.Short chain fatty acids are almost non existing in animal tissue.An exception is
40.Which part of the nervous system contains the cardiac, vomiting and vasomotor centres?
41.Subgingival calculus is highest in the
42.A common intermediate of metabolism of carbohydrates, fatty acids,and aminoacids are
43.Spider telangiectic spots in the skin of a patient are noted. He should have an examina-tion to determine the condition of his
44.In the resting state in man the average difference between the oxygen content of arterial and venous blood is ... % .
45.Avulsion of teeth due to trauma in Ellis classification is
46.A Roach clamp is also referred to as
47.Genetic information flows from DNA to RNA to proteins. The process from DNA to RNA is called
48.A 16-year-old patient has a painful swelling which is firm in consistency in the mandibular premolar area. Teeth near the swelling are vital. X-ray reveals a discrete radioducency in the premolar area. The next diagnostic step is
49.Which of the following has an hydrogen ion concentration greater than 1 x 10-3
50. Sunburst appearance on a dental radiograph is characteristic of
51.The first heart sound begins during the
52.The restorative material that is most radiolucent is
53.The predominant bacteria in juvenile periodontitis is
54.Leukemic infiltration of gingival is common in ... type of leukemia
55. A berry aneurysm is most commonly caused by (B&L : 591)
56.All of the following are typical auscul -tatory findings of mitralstenosis excep
57. Le Fort III is the same as
58. Recommended etching time forprimary teeth is
59.Which of the following is used to regain and maintainspKe?
60.The following is used to evaluate significant difference between two means?
61. Globulomaxillary cyst is a type of
62.Which of the following is primary in the adrenal medulla?
63.A gutta percha cone is radioopaque due to the presence of
64.A patient sensitive to both penicillin and erythromycin can be given
65.Cyanosis of the lip may suggest
66.Bitewings should be taken ... months.for a caries susceptible child?
67.Brudevald solution is
68.The index that is age specific is
69.When a thrombotic emboli originates in the femoral vein it is normally arrested in the
70.Bacteria dominant in smooth surface caries is
71.The term poikilokaryosis refers to
72.Pulp of all primary teeth are active for a period of
73.To make an impression of hyperplastic tissue:one should
74.Ca(OH)2 for indirect pulp capping should be retained for
75.Which muscle has a dual action in relation to complete dentures?
76.The most frequent complication of sub apical orthodontic surgical procedures is
77.Oral tissues are recorded best in the functional state by
78.An entry for a coniotomy should ideally be made at
79.Seizures of psychomotor type arise from
80.Total volume of pulp in all permanent teeth is ... cc.
81 Which of the following bleeding disorders has a positive family history?
82.Most common site for squamous cell carcinoma of tongue is
83.Polyglycolic acid suture material (Vicryl) is an
84. The lesion seen commonly in von Recklinghausen's disease of skin is
85.Hypovolemic shock develops after loss of .
86.Normal factor VIII level in the blood is
87.The term "chroma" refers to
88.The main target cells for HIV are
89.Hinge axis is best detected by
90. Anatomic teeth used in complete dentures have cuspal inclines of
91 Apatient with a histoty of ankle edema shortness of breth and orthopnoea is probavly suffering form
92 .most commonly retained primary tooth in abult dentition
93 Apatient with suspected cervical fracture should be kept in
94 High angle case is
95) Ina 7-year-old child spacing seen in anterior teeth indicates
96 Serial extraction can efficiently correct
97 perleche is caused by
98 Greleche is caused by
99.the CAD-CAM system uses
100.The gonial angle at birth is
101 Acute pupal disease in a primary mola manifests radiographically.
102. Impression material commonly used for taking maxillofacial defects is
103.Ashley Howe analysis is used to analyse
104 Which of the following is an automatic device?
105.Antidote for heparin is
106.A hypercoagulable state secondary to "rebound bleeding" is caused by administration of which of the following to a patient on warfarin therapy?
107.The irregularly shaped calcified structures commonly found in the pulp are called
108.Flush terminal plane of mixed dentition is seen in
109. of the following bone lesions is most likely to be fatal?
110 The proper rate of rescue breathing ian adult is
111.Custom made tray is used for polysulfide material because
112.A traumatic bone cyst is best treated by
113.18% stainless steel has
114.The difference in melting point between the solder and parts to be soldered should be at least
115. On radiographic examination, onion-skin appearance is commonly seen in
116.KHN of enamelis
117.Prevalence refers to
118. Blood sHould be stored at
119.The finish line used in complete metal cast crown is
120.Penumbra formation is related to
121Diameter of the taper of an inlay cavities varies between
122.Lucid interval is indicative of
123.Basal cell carcinoma commonly occurs in
124.Total number of line angles in a class II MOD cavity are
125.Which of the following may cause maxillary permanent incisor cross bite?
126. Fracture of mandibIe require ... weeks of fixation
127. Normal bleeding time by Duke's method is
128. In the metal ceramic technique degassing the casting is required to
129.Which of the following vitamin deficiency is the commonest cause of craniofacial anomalies?
130Late mesial shift of permanent first molar is primarily the result of
131 Excessive wear on occluding surfaces of teeth usually results from
132 A corrected anterior crossbite is best retained by
133Normal speech usually returns to a prosthetic patient within a few days after the dentures are inserted. Problems that do occur may result from
134The sequence of completion of facial growth by planes of space is
135hich of the following occlusal contacts should be corrected first when doing selective grinding on a complete denture
136. or whic.h type of malocclusion, a brass ligature wire is used as one type of treatment?
137oldering and welding are not possible in
138he ridge lap of a pontic becomes enveloped with inflamed gingival tissues several weeks after cementation of the bridge. Discomfort is increased by pressure. Bleeding occurs while brushing. This is caused by
139ctional matrix hypothesis of growth was given by
140Which of the following regions in the crown of a tooth is often mistaken for caries in the dental film
141 radiograph reveals a radiolucent shadow at the apex of maxillary right central incisor. There is no break in the continuity of lamina dura and the tooth responds normally to the pulptester. There are no clinical signs and symptoms. this would suggest
142.Which of the following antibiotic is least toxic
143. Administration of which of the following drug will not inhibit secretory activity of oral cavity
144.Leukemk gingivitis because of spontaneous hemorrhage and necrosis may be misdiagnosed as
145.Which of the following drugs would produce vasoconstriction of the gingival vessels
146.Median palatal cyst is a
147. Which of the following conditions is a contra indication to the use of atropine to reduce salivation
148. Apical root resorption is seen in
149.Which of the following dental entities is derived from the mesoderm?
150.Nystatin may be used in infections due to
151. Composite restorations are superior to silicate restoration in that the resin restorations
152.Cohesion of direct filling gold at room temp is an example of the principle of
153.Alkalization of tubular urine slows the rate of excretion of
154.Roshton bodies are seen in
155.Side effect unique with erythromycin estolate is
156. Most retentive pin is
157.The degree of mineralization of normal cementum is approximately that of
158.Class II cavities prepared for cast gold restorations differ from those prepared for amalgam in
159. Which of the following is a ganglionic blocking agent?
160. Neostigmine can stimulate denervated skeletal muscle because it
161. Effective focal spot is
162.Which of the folowing is not a branch of the mandibular nerve
163. Each of the following is an undesirable effect of phenytoin except
164. Quinidine is used to treat
165. Most common cyst in the oral region
166.Irreversible side effect of long term administration of phenothiazine
167.Methoxylation of which of the following compounds results in the formation of codeine?
168.The most common complication of rheumatoid arthritis involving the TM joint is
169.Antibody which acts as a blocking antibody in allergies
170.The filling material remaining after post preparation should be at least
171.Greenspan's syndrome is associated with
172.In soldering the main reason for leaving a narrow space between parts to be joined is to allow for
173.Referred pain to the ear is commonly form
174.Mikulic's disease is considered to be pf ... origin
175.For both "s" and "sh" sounds tongue makes contact with the
176. Instrument that can be used to safel remove pulp from fine canals is
177.The incisal guide on the articulator is the
178. Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome is charactered by all except
179.Which of the following considerations is least important in fabricating a removable partial denture?
180.Use of composite resin for class I restoration is not generally recommended because its clinical performance is inferior to amalgam with respect to
181.During the use of stainless pins in amalgam restoration if compressive strength of restoration is increased significantly the increase results from
182.Compression-Relaxation cycle of external cardiae compression should be repeated
183.True denticles are characterised by
184.Heating of gypsm casting investents above 1300 in the presence of carbon results in
185.Occlusal clearance for porcelain fused to metal restoration_should be about .... mm on the occlusal surface of maxillary first molar
186.Repeat biopsies are indicated
187.Component of dental casting alloy which is responsible for most of the allergic reactions is
188.The incomplete seating of the die in to the interocclusal record results in
189.Bence Jones proteins are seen in
190. The pulp remains vital in
191. Which of the. permanent incisors is most frequently markedly concave on the Iinguarsurface?
192. Incision and drainage in an area of acute infection should be performed when
193. In shock vasopressor drugs are preferably given
194.Dentinogenesis imperfect a is associated with osteogeneis imperfecta in
195. Mucocele on the lower lip should be treated by
196. The percentage of dentin that is organic to ... %?
197.If the child's teeth do not form this would affect growth of the
198. Verruciform xanthoma is also referred to as
199. The shape of the permanent maxillary first molar is
200.The small horizondal ridges (perikymata) seen on the labial surface of the teeth are the result of